Pin Lee

Pin Lee is Deputy Editor on the Specialist Publications desk. She works on various lifestyle publications, and primarily focuses on high jewellery and luxury watches.
Pin Lee
Pin Lee is Deputy Editor on the Specialist Publications desk. She works on various lifestyle publications, and primarily focuses on high jewellery and luxury watches.

Latest from Pin Lee

Emerald jewellery exudes elegance and enigma
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Zenith launches Heritage 146 at Baselworld 2017
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Manufacture Royale keeps innovating while maintaining a rich history
Fashion designers Dorian Ho and  Melissa Bui are sparkling this Christmas
How Coco Chanel saved the diamond industry during the Great Depression
Rolex aligns with excellence in sport through tennis ambassadors
Ferdinand Berthoud’s FB 1 takes top prize at Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix
Masterful branding: Rolex taps into association between human achievement and excellence in sport
Pink, blue or green, these rare diamonds can fetch mega millions
Tycoon Tann’s new weekend dim sum brunch with free-flow Champagne revives fond memories
Emeralds are miracles of nature, with special chemistry and ancient mystique
Top-of-the-range diamonds can be highly profitable for investors
Rough diamonds are exerting a strong pull on investors and creative jewellers
Game changer: Coco Chanel’s 1932 collection saved an ailing diamond industry during the Great Depression
Nature’s gift: pink, blue or green, these rare diamonds can fetch mega millions
Little Creatures: Craft beer and big portions make for winning recipe

From the ambience to the portions, everything is big at this amped-up microbrewery/restaurant. Little Creatures - from Fremantle, Perth - subscribes to the craft beer movement. It occupies 6,000 sq ft of a former flour and sugar warehouse that faces the sea. Spacious and lofty, it has an industrial warehouse look with huge exposed pipes running across the ceilings.

6 Sep 2016 - 8:02PM

From the ambience to the portions, everything is big at this amped-up microbrewery/restaurant. Little Creatures - from Fremantle, Perth - subscribes to the craft beer movement. It occupies 6,000 sq ft of a former flour and sugar warehouse that faces the sea. Spacious and lofty, it has an industrial warehouse look with huge exposed pipes running across the ceilings.

Little Creatures: Craft beer and big portions make for winning recipe
Singapore Grand Prix guide: from Zone 4 Walkabout tickets to facts about the track

Tickets to the 2016 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX start from ...

28 Jul 2016 - 4:28PM

Tickets to the 2016 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX start from ...

Singapore Grand Prix guide: from Zone 4 Walkabout tickets to facts about the track
An eatery that rocks: Okra in Sai Ying Pun

Don't let the name deceive you into thinking this is a vegetarian restaurant. Okra - a modern Japanese restaurant - serves a variety of seafood and meat dishes.

20 Jun 2016 - 11:10PM

Don't let the name deceive you into thinking this is a vegetarian restaurant. Okra - a modern Japanese restaurant - serves a variety of seafood and meat dishes.

An eatery that rocks: Okra in Sai Ying Pun
Kyoku offers a haven of hope to lovers of Japanese cuisine

Nestled at the end of Haven Street in Causeway Bay, next to a high-end service apartment block, Kyoku's stylish entrance provides a hint of what lies inside.

20 Jun 2016 - 11:10PM

Nestled at the end of Haven Street in Causeway Bay, next to a high-end service apartment block, Kyoku's stylish entrance provides a hint of what lies inside.

Kyoku offers a haven of hope to lovers of Japanese cuisine
Jaquet Droz launches new Charming Bird watch